20 March 2018

France to host talks with Libya's PM, military leader

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France said it will host talks on Tuesday between Fayez al-Serraj, head of Libya's U.N.-backed government in Tripoli, and Khalifa Haftar, a powerful military commander in the divided country's east who has so far rejected his authority.

During the talks, President Emmanuel Macron aims to show France's support for U.N-backed efforts to stabilize the country, "which would based upon the involvement of all the different factions in Libya," his office said in a statement.

Unconfirmed reports of the talks had been circulating since last week.

2017.07.24 / 12:48
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